You feel sad because your dachshund is not behaving well. Maybe peeing too much, barking too much, doing his business inside the house too many times, or maybe you even regress to a worse behavior compared to the other dogs. Whatever happens, there is always a simple explanation for it. You are probably thinking that it’s just a temporary problem and you will take care of it soon.
Well, I don’t think so. If you observe your dachshund at the beginning stages of his life, you will certainly realize that the behavior increase as the puppy grows. No event is made to avoid consequences.
For example, you had your puppy for a few weeks where previously he was always at ease. Then suddenly, he was so overexcited and jumped on your guest at the gate. If you observe this incident from your dachshund’s point of view, he is probably thinking that he did something wrong and as a result of that, he is being punished. When this happens enough times, your dog will definitely be confused and scared. He will then accept being punished as a part of daily life and it might result in Avoiding any company you might have.
Most of the time, this kind of behavior happens due to the lack of effective communication from you. You don’t understand what you want or the scenario you want. Your dog’s behavior may be a little bit affected also because you don’t know how you should solve this problem.
You may say, “my dog is not bothering me or my guests or my family. He can’t even make me feel that I am loved”. If you observe that, there is a big chance that you are making not NEEDING to take care of your dog. That is creating the very problem you are trying to avoid!
You can observe that communication is a very important aspect of dog training. So, let’s start with that. If you fail in your side of the communication, you will end up having serious problems on your hands. So, it is very important to learn and practice how to improve your dog’s communication.
I would like to share with you a very easy to follow dog training course. There is also some additional information on how to give commands to your dog, so it will be helpful to you in learning how to take care of your dog better.
Firstly, I would like to introduce you to this system. This system will make your dog eliminate sooner and much better. Some people noticed that their dog has problems with eliminating before going to sleep. Some people noticed that their dog is just now learning the right place to defecate instead of using the bathroom at the right time.
Whatever your problem may be with your dog’s communication, it doesn’t matter. All you need to do is to make sure that your dog knows when you are serious about his communication needs. The normal body language that all animals use to signal their status (owing each other) is to sniff.
When you are trying to teach your dog something, he will use a look to let you know. This is how you “introduce” each other. With a look, he shows that he acknowledged you as his master. Dog owners should always remember that their dog is different from their master. If you don’t play with him, talk to him, so he knows that you are the owner and he is the pet.
Dogs also use “colonds” and ” post ” themselves to show that they recognize each other. If you would like your dog to “talk” to you, watch their body language. You will notice that posturing is part of their body language, along with sniffing the floor, Rusty has his ears pointing forward, his tail wagging, and even his posture is evolved.
You can also use your voluntary movements to introduce yourself as a leader. Besides the head movement, you can also wag your tail, move your eyes, face your palm open, or start scratching your head. These kinds of voluntary movements let your dog know that you are in command.
It is important to understand that one of the most important parts of dachshund raising is for you to understand that not all dogs are like you. They each have their own unique characteristics that are not common to other dogs.